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. the winner today or the russel russell 2000 large and midsize cap. liz: when you take it all apart and you coul compartmentalize a, take a look at wells fargo moving higher by 3.75%. citigroup better than four percentage points. bank of america is the biggest gainer hitting a 52-week high. david: energy stocks rising as oil climbed about $0.37 to settle above the $87 mark. energy sh giants chevron and coo ending in the plus. liz: consumer names getting a boost. adding time warner, walgreens, we just spoke, this is of course a consumer staple that people have loved along with names of her shoes. gettinhitting repetitive 52-week highs. david: apple, the ceo says he has a responsibility to create jobs, but how about creating shareholder value, where should the focus be after two months of a 25% loss of share value, should that be the target of tim cook and apple? liz: this is a huge crane maker and a food company have a great year, the stock up 70% thanks in part to having his hands in the cranes and food services part. he is going to be joining us exclusively this hour. here's why you have l
. it is a holiday shortened session. trading and at 1:00 p.m. volume is like. the dow is up 44 points. the russell 2000 down four tenths of a percent. not a lot of movement. twenty-four of the 30 dow components are in the red. tech stocks, though, are the biggest drag. hewlett-packard is the worst performer on the down right now. microsoft is also, well, soft. similar story for research in motion. rim plunged 23% on concerns of its services and business. we approach the tail end of the holiday shopping season. home depot, by the way, solidly in the grain. one of the best performers on the dow this year. walmart just barely on the upside. costco slightly down. that gets you up to speed on the market and some of the stocks making moves. let's get right to the floor show. let's begin with ben willis. here we are, just in no wait and see mode as nothing, nothing is coming out of washington. >> i think the tape is basically on wait and see mode. this is kind of a waste of a clean shirt and bus fare on a day like today. ashley: if you are going to ask santa for something in regards to the market, what w
better for the russell 2000. david: okay. i'm guessing now, unless the producer tells me otherwise, we are ending at the day's highs or very chose to it on both the nasdaq and the dow. gold also shining today and, of course, for the year. for the session gold gained almost $20 to end the year at $675 an ounce. the commodity $-- 1675 an ounce. this is the 12th consecutive yearly rise for gold. it was, however, the smallest yearly gain since 2008. liz: look at silver. silver a big story today, ending in the between for 2012 as well. the commodity gaining 8.3% over the past 52 weeks finishing at $30.23 an ounce. david: now, on the other hand, not all commodities did well. oil did not have such a stellar year. today, of course, crude rallied 1.1% settling at $91.82 a barrel, but for the year oil fell 7.1%, about $7. liz: some of the best performing exchange-traded funds, they're very popular now. the sas, three-time bullish eff, and you know financials were the best performing sector at least for the s&p 500, and look at this, this etf more than 81%. there's also the home construction etf,
for 2012, up the russell 2000 up 12 percentage points, the s&p up 31, -- s&p up 11. but it's europe, europe actually ended up looking pretty darn good. germany up 30%. i mean, i look at that, and i say all of the fear that was out there including the euro stocks, 600 did unbelievably beautifully. and you say, my goodness, if you went toward the worst, most fearsome place, europe, you would have done way better than here in the u.s.. >> yeah, absolutely. well, it's like everything that happens in nature as well as the markets and the equity markets. when things get stretched too far one way, they will come back to a happy medium. we saw that in the equity markets this year. they were the best performing asset classes of all the places you could put your money, and it's not without knowing what's going on when you had unprecedented types of money flows coming from central banks around the globe, that money had to go somewhere. the u.s. market has performed very well. by the time we get done today, especially on the fiscal cliff talks, we're going to be up about 14% in the s&p 500. the leaders
&p down more than the dow. and nasdaq the big loser down almost 1%, russell 2,000 not too bad, down 1/2%. liz: you might be ready to hop on planes, trains and automobiles the travel stocks not moving quickly, they're underperforming on one of the busiest travel days of the season. expedia closing lower after announcing plans to buy 61% of german hotel bookings sites and let's look at price line, trip adviser, orbits in the red, down 1-2%. dave: gold was hit bad for the whole week down 2%, it was up not quite 1% but $11 gain on gold ending at 1,657 for a troy ounce. liz: gold closing 2.2%, worst quarter in 2008 and energy stocks falling as oil drops 1.6%, a settlement below $89 a barrel. and the huge giants like exxon mobile, chevron, all 3 end to the downside. dave: as we look at the big picture, plan b went nowhere last night and that pushed the market's lower. what does a debt deal have to have to bring in the votes? we will ask representative anne-marie burke love new york. liz: coming up, bringing jobs back to america, the ceo of a technology firm that added jobs this year and pla
half a percent but certainly up from the lows. s&p down half a percent. same story on nasdaq. russell 2000 down .8 of a percent. harry reid's comments setting the tone early. when he spoke the markets tanked. the senate majority leader said nothing is happening in budget talks and looks like the u.s. is heading for the so-called fiscal cliff. he compared it to the ball dropping on new year's eve dropping on times square more ominously. more from the nation's capitol. in terms of industry groups and what is not working we start with financials. they're the biggest drag. money center banks like bank of america down 1 1/4%. goldman down 1%. morgan stanley down .8 of a percent. all those stocks are under pressure. tech stocks notably weak. apple inching to the round 500 dollar level. down to 510. it was north of 700 when iphone 5 came out early september. so the bear market continues to apple. as you can see, google also down, down about five bucks on the day. ibm down slightly a .10 or two. hewlett-packard off today, down one 3/4%. coming up later we have a contrarian investors sees big
and russell swiet was the first to test the lunar module in space. they launched in 1969 john young flew within 50,000 pefeet of th lunar surface. the landing commanded by neil armstrong. >> what will your plans be in the extremely unlikely event it does not come off the lunar surface? >> we have chosen not to think about that at the present time. >> other two crew members were collins and buzz aldrin who would walk on the move with neil armstrong. >> how it ended up neil armstrong was the first, you were supposed to be. >> there was an uncertainty every eva was always the junior person the senior person is responsible for much more requirements. it would seem to me the outside activity should be the junior peon. >> who was that supposed to be? oo was it going to be you or armstrong? >> there is a lot of discussion about the commanders leading his troops the commander is a symbolic person. neil posted at the door i won't tell you which it would be. >> it is weird. >> no, it's not weird. i went home and told joan my wife frankly, i just asoon be on the later mission where i wouldn't have
, the nasdaq, the s&p500, and the russell, as you can see, down slightly on the day after christmas. retail stocks are casting a follow on the market, the s&p500, the high end end names, all in the red. we got coach, high end retailers such as tiffany moving lower, ralph lauren, urban jut fitters lower on poor data on sales this holiday season, and it's all due to the latest holiday spending figures that the stocks move lower. sales decreasing at a slow pace since the recession hit in 2008 according to the mastercard survey, the latest one. we'll pick apart the numbers later on in the show. hey, but check out crude oil, @ jumping today, up more than 2%, 3% on the day, near 91 bucks a barrel. first, there's optimism about a budget deal, perhaps in the next few days, optimism, isn't it, and supply concerns, iran is conducting naval test exercises and a strait of hormuz beginning tomorrow through the weekend. that could be a touchy situation and, hence more support for oil. the price of crude up nearly 3%. right to the floor. we have traders on the new york stock exchange, the cme group, and t
. a star-studded cast. you have the gladiator himself, russell grow and hugh jackman. and anne hathaway. ahead by "les mis" would be nice. the batman shooting, the huge flop of "john carter" by disney, and back to you. ashley: you have to have the chronically cute and hathaway. tracy: hugh jackman, on the other end. i can't wait to see it. i saw it on broadway like four times. ashley: can you imagine russell crowe? thank you very much. >> all right, guys. ashley: holiday travel rush is on. how is the massive storm affecting flights across the country? we are live from chicago o'hare coming up next. tracy: the dow jones down 140 points. here are your nasdaq winners and losers. we will be right back ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] they are a glowing example of what it means to be the best. and at this special time of year, they shine even brighter. come to the winter event and get the mercedes-benz you've always wished for, now for an exceptional price. [ santa ] ho, ho, ho, ho! [ me announcer ] lease a 2013 glk350 for $399 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. tracy: if all you ever wan
win this one, at least for the dow, s&p, and nasdaq, russell 2,000 with a gape at the moment. david: gold, everybody talked about it. double digit drop settling at the lowest level in a month. below that 1700 mark, and people wondering if is the time to buy in or start of something bigger. we'll watch. liz: a fixed live camera in egypt now with thousands of people taking to the streets all across the country today protesting president morsi's decree to express its powers. despite there, there was a nice pop, a move of 31 cents, about 2.5%. it tracks egyptian companies that trade in egypt. david: egypt, the fiscal cliff, so much uncertainty. where do you put your money? go to the big caps. look at the winners among the big cats. not huge, but this is where people are puttinggtheir money. they want it in safety. they are not putting it in gold. if you have to be in the market, go to the big cats. that's what's happening. liz: president obama discussing the fiscal cliff, and, plus, speaking live to the iowa governor, his state facing a double whammy if we go over the cliff. what compro
11 and 3-quarters, certainly higher on the day. the russell 2,000 in the green as well. dave: the nasdaq will be up but not for apple, getting beaten down another $15 off of a price and it continues to go down. let's look at gold, something that glitters as opposed to apple. the precious metal bouncing back into the green. it does touch one month lows in trading but today's game was not enough to make of earlier losses gold finishing the week 1% lower. it is still just above 1700, $1,705.70 for one ounce. >> technology worst performing sector. many social media stocks of bucking that trend. yelp, facebook, zynga and groupon up 23%. dave: facebook pushing close to 30. a lot of people happy about that. michigan lawmakers passing right to work bills despite protests. a longtime supporter of right to work was, michigan state senator is here with the inside story behind the move that took a lot of folks by surprise. right to work in michigan, the home of the united autoworkers. the stakes are changing. we will talk to him coming the. >> oppenheimer fund economist brian leverett on
up, pretty much highs of the session. the nasdaq up just 1/4% russell up 14%. ashley: bold sliding to the lowest level in four months dropping a one.3% after a report that the u.s. economy grew more than expected, gold lining stocks into the red, all posting losses and anglo gold hitting a 52 week low. liz: what looks good? financial sector, climbing within 1%, citigroup looking pretty healthy just under 2%, bank of new york mullen, royal bank of scotland hitting 52 week highs today. ashley: natural gas climbing for the third time in four days after reports show u.s. supply falling more than expected, natural gas for january delivery ending the day up 1.3%. liz: that storm over the midwest. you see that thing out side, winnebago, the largest u.s. motor home maker is getting bigger. increasing production to mean growing demand, just reported better than expected results and that is why we slept this thing outside our studio. you don't want to know, it is $350,000 with a steering wheel and also comes with the chairman, ceo and president of fox business exclusive and we will talk abou
a loss, 4.2 points and then the russell also ending the day in the red. david: it was just positive, the dow just moments ago, but it is the turnaround, 150 points since the story. also a trading day for oil, big rally in yesterday's session where it went up to $91 a barrel. crude was unable to hold on to the gains ending lower on fears of no deals in d.c. all of that late breaking news didn't really affect where oil closed. you see a little positive jump there right now. that's on the news that did come out of washington, but again, it closed at 2.30 down. shibani: also moving today, currencies the yen was a big mover. the currency continuing to decline against the u.s. dollar hitting a 27 month low against our currency. japanese officials signalling that they would do anything basically they could to advance efforts to weaken the currency. a big story there as well. david: you think we're printing like crazy, wait till you see what the japanese do. as the markets crawl back the volatility index, losing all its gains after hitting its highest level since late july, remember when vo
arrows, s&p and russell 2000. just sources from the meeting, but none appear to be positive, and as a result, the dow heading towards the closing bell. the holiday shopping season coming to a close, and the u.s., as we know now, on the edge of the fiscal cliff. what's that mean for retailers in 2013? we have a guest here. i love wisconsin, used to live in green bay, ken, thank you so much. tell me, what do you like when it comes to the retailers in 2013, what's the pick, and explain to me why. >> sure. i think the first place to start is to recognize that we're in an uncertain environment, and it's likely to stay that way given the news flow that we have. we're trying to take a balanced approach, first off, look for well-managed bids business -- businesses, and then can we find areas that may not be impacted by how strong the economy is? will consumers continue to spend with fast growth or slow growth in the united states? one to do well in the environment is the auto parts retailers. in particular we like o'reilly automotive, it's a well-managed business with the ability to
off less than that, and the russell 2,000 less than that. it is not a good day. you can't put lipstick on this pig. >> look closer at the energy sector. it was the worse performer with energy stocks ending lower for the sixth straight session. the move lower comes despite a rise in more than 2% on crude oil this week. david? david: as was just said, it's not all red. there is some green on this markets, and it's focusing on retailers. barnes & noble, macy's, zales. people buying diamond rings and bracelets. >> oh, i wouldn't know, david. i'm not a realist, apparently. david: only one woman on my diamond list, but go ahead. >> a look overseas at japan, last trading day of the year, shares closing, get this, at the highest level since last year's tsunami for the year gaining 23%, the biggest percentage rise since 2005. ending on a nice positive note over there. david: wish it was good here. congressional leaders meeting with the president, what's hanging on the edge of the cliff is higher taxes on dividends. coming up, the chairman and ceo of southern company owning a bunch of power comp
, so a complete reversal from yesterday. russell 2000 finally punching up to the upside by about one point. david: and unless you'rr long on oil, oil was not a dark spot at all today, in fact, it was good news for those looking to see a little bit of those sinking prices getting back to a level where it may not interfere with the economy the way it was beginning to. oil stepped back about one and three-quarters percent today closing at $86.38. liz: the ecb cutting at least the rate forecast of growth and so, nonetheless, that didn't help the picture, but the tech sector rallying today. as we mentioned, apple helping to push the rebounded after yesterday's steep drop. it hit a four-year low yesterday. let's look at iyw, apple makes up more than 22% of this etf which also holds tech heavyweights ibm and microsoft, three-quarters of a percent gain, and then the tech etf xlk also rose today. the fund's very large holding is, of course, apple. >>> we've got two ceos coming up that you are going to want to listen to. tom is the ceo of tmx group. it owns and operates the toronto stock excha
here. the russell had a nice percentage move up 1 1/2%. the nasdaq better by a full 43 points. david: we have been talking about the up moves. liz is wearing green in honor of the -- she saw it coming. we do have some red on the screen. gold down significantly today. almost $25 an ounce. ending the day at 1673. coming up, we have a very big bull on gold who says now is the time to get in, while some people are saying it could go down to 1200 an ounce. liz: media stocks surging the new highs today. discovery communications, all-time high. comcast also hitting all-time high. time warner, getting a big boost here, 10 1/2 year high. big move. david: overall technology is today's top performing s&p sector. let's take a look at the etf xlk shares closing up more than 1% on this etf. we are closing watching oracle of course ready to break in with the tech giant's earnings, any second they happen, keep it right here over the next hour. liz: we can't forget the housing market. it's showing signs of strength and homebuilder hovnanian has been flexing its muscles, the stock as david mentioned u
are the small anddmid sized caps represented by the russell 2000. but, again, all the indices in the red. >> and that'll be a close for the dow below 13,000, seems to have a really hard time at those levels. we also had action in the currency pits as the u.s. dollar weakened on optimism over greek and chinese data. the move cement the euro to a -- sent the euro to a six week high. david: let's talk copper for the moment, of course, that's really tied into world growth. it climb today a six week high. this is on signs that there may be some more demand coming for the metal from china and the u.s. as well. as both of our economies begin to churn a little more than expected. the top two copper-consuming countries. >> and following auto sales today, a number of derivatives plays hitting 52-week highs. cooper tire and rubber, genuine parts and carmax taking a hit in today's session. david: all right. and we told you about that breaking news on jpmorgan whale trader, a $5 billion loss for the company. the senate has been investigating. peter barnes with the latest on that investigation. peter?
and in turmoil or trouble? >> economically they certainly are. there is a lot of russelling going on the streets that the economy is not stable. they tried to do their own stimulus package a month ago and really didn't get much of a response. so the reel itself is failing. what they're doing to try to buy themselves political time while not giving away any posturing and letting their people know they're in fully control of their state, the region and they will not be pushed around. remember the other factor is the gulf cooperation council which has been unifying arab state gulf countries and iranians are trying to say, you know, we're not going to be pushed around by you guys either. adam: final word on all of this. is it something that the u.s., obviously we keep an eye on it but does anyone take it as a serious threat? >> i don't believe so. not the defensive postures and the naval operations. the nuclear threat is serious. if there is anything we should take from this, we need to have a stronger response. they're not going to allow them to subvert sanctions. we'll continue to push forth to ha
percentage-wise, but nasdaq, and apple part of the picture and tech stocks doing well also and russell 2,000, small and mid size caps all good. liz: today's rally started overseas as european markets had a string of gains. big winner? germany's index at levels not seen in five years. investor sentiment in the country rose more than expected. the five year chart, and as you can see, best thing, getting close to the five year level. david: gold coins flying off the shelf, you read about that, trading in spot gold is not following suit. it is down today, a little bit, but when you think of all the progress made by the gold coin sellers, you'd think that would have a pop on the overall price of gold, but not so. liz: under the radar technology etfs that out performed. internet index fund, moving higher, top holdings, google, amazon, and ebay, and the tech fund, ign, top holdings here, you may own them, cisco, qualcom, a gain of more than one point. david: more than a stock market, there's a lot of things today, very interesting lineup of guests, big labor, obviously, about to take a devastat
markets are concerned except for the russell which is looking weaker right now. just turned positive. we are all green for the major indices. does this continue through tomorrow? >> hard to tell. if you look at the way the markets have traded on an intraday basis we have seen this pattern over the last couple trading sessions we see a lot of intraday volatility, market opened higher after the opening, trade low and little by little we trickle higher and higher and as you get to the clothes we start to see a sell-off. we are seeing that exact pattern today, we are green now and have been up for a while and as we approach the highs -- liz: why is every midday slot -- is similar to what we saw two days ago. >> we see a lot of intraday trading. everyone is investing, people were investing for logger periods of time. with so much uncertainty they get in in the morning and out in the afternoon and back in and by the end of the day they want to be flat because anything can happen overnight. anything can come out of your core washington so every day as the new day. a week of tomorrow morning and
, steve wood, russell investments chief market strategist. steve, we've got a dow that is up about 4% over the course of the last month. in the midst of all this, what is the market saying? >> i think the market is pricing in the fact that the fiscal cliff doesn't give us its full impact. if you look at funding liquidity, libor, high frequency financial data and markets they're saying something will get done, piecemeal, probably but something will get done. we'll not get the full blast of the fiscal cliff. tracy: we said before on here does it matter what kind of deal it is? is it any deal? a bad deal could be a bad deal? >> true. all in the sequencing. there is the spending and sequestration. and taxes for most people will come due april 2014. unless you're a quarterly filer. if they do the spending and deal with taxes if they buy themselves time in the interrim and make a commitment to the grand bargain, this long-term fiscal consolidation the markets could like that a lot. i'm going to give them a little bit of the benefit of the doubt. this is the first time in the america we've had a
the et after the stock-market and the s&p and the dow and the russell. my client's head of ford folios and we have smaller stocks like family dollar stores. if the economy gets worse and full disclosure we do own family dollar, these kind of companies are going to do well when people have no money. shibani: great hedge plays, thanks very much. -pdennis: john brown coming up, the only real fix for washington gridlock is to limit legislators to 1-year terms. shibani: crisis averted on the east coast. massive looming port strike will not happen. we will be live in miami with up-to-the-minute details. dennis: a white new year's eve snowy forecast coming ahead. shibani: the new year's eve parking lot in times squure getting there mittens and gloves out but as we do every day at this time take a look at oil edging down 1/3%. connell: stocks every 15 minutes. dennis: sandra smith and trading pits of the cme watching energy but first lauren simonetti on the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> the dow is down 59 points, and the s&p 500. that is why we are not selling of more than we are, t
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